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Tune into our latest podcast episode! We’re discussing what some consider the r…

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Stars take on never before seen covers for BBC Children in Need concert coming to BBC One

BBC Children in Need has revealed the surprises in store for audiences ahead of the broadcast of Children in Need Rocks 2018. Presenters Fearne Cotton and Clara Amfo and performers All Saints, George Ezra, Jess Glynne, Nile Rodgers & CHIC, Olly Murs, Tom Odell, Rita Ora and Sir Rod Stewart will take to the stage for a spectacular night of entertainment in Children in Need Rocks 2018 coming to BBC One, 15 November at 8.30pm A glittering array of covers will feature as part of the concert, recorded on Wednesday 7 November at The SSE Arena, Wembley, including never-before-seen performances especially for Children in Need Rocks 2018 from All Saints who will perform The Police’s Message In A Bottle and Jess Glynne covering Hard To Handle by Otis Redding BBC Children in Need has revealed the surprises in store for audiences ahead of the broadcast of Children in Need Rocks…

New rules to combat high call costs and scams

Phone users will be protected from high charges for calling ‘070’ numbers – which are often mistaken for mobiles, but cost much more to call. Ofcom has decided to cap the wholesale cost of connecting 070 calls, to help protect callers from fraud and unexpected call costs. 070 numbers are designed to be used as a ‘follow me’ service, where calls are diverted from one number to another, so the person being called can keep their own number private. For example, classified adverts often use these numbers instead of someone’s private number. Small businesses and sole traders also use them to make it easy to manage calls. But 070 numbers are often mistaken for UK mobile numbers (which always begin with ‘07’), even though they are more expensive to call. Phone providers currently charge between 45p and £1.10 per minute for calls to 070 numbers. This can result in ‘bill shock’ for…

Eva faces two more unwanted surprises in Friday´s first Corrie

Eva is caught out when both Adam and Leanne want to spoil her for her birthday. Leanne presents her with a new dress, while Adam wants to take her to the new sushi restaurant in town. Worried, Eva tells Toyah that she can’t eat sushi. Toyah confides there is worse to come, as Leanne wants to throw her a boozy party. Meanwhile, Faye is shocked to find a prescription for Seb in Gary’s pocket and Phelan overhears her booking a cab to take her to Nicola’s flat. Faye arrives at the flat and is stunned to hear Seb on the intercom. Phelan arrives behind her and jams the door with his foot – is the game up? Elsewhere, with Carla needing the operation as soon as possible, Aidan starts the tests to prepare him for the kidney donation. Also, angry Zeedan tells Leanne to mind her own business, while Sally…

Ross becomes the victim of an acid attack in Thursday´s first Emmerdale

Debbie approaches Simon and asks him to mess Joe up in exchange for the money. At the same time, over at Home Farm, Joe fires a seething Ross for being in league with Debbie. Ross storms out, grabbing some car keys in the hall as he does so. Outside Dale View, Ross gets out of the stolen car. Simon – mistaking him for Joe – runs up and throws acid in his face, leaving Ross screaming in pain. Meanwhile, Daz tries to play peacemaker.

Mel draws Louise into her latest plan in Friday’s Eastenders

Mel is facing fresh pressure from Ciara to solve the mystery of the missing money. Trying a new tactic, Mel meets up with Louise and tries to get as much information from her as possible. Mel even tricks Louise into inviting her back to the Mitchell house, where she takes the opportunity to snoop around. Will Mel be rumbled when Sharon catches her at the house? Meanwhile, Phil is determined to contact Ben and seeks answers from Jay. Elsewhere, Jay is still struggling over the loss of Abi – especially when he receives her coffin plaque at work. Also today, Masood meets a woman called Noor, who Mariam wants to set him up with. Will their date be a success? Finally, Patrick and Ted go head-to-head in a chess match, while Billy panics about having to admit his tax mishap when he hears that Les Coker is due to pay…

Aidan’s fury grows over the missing money in Thursday’s Eastenders

Aidan has finally lost patience over the missing money and goes to extreme measures to find it. With tensions at an all-time high, will Aidan manage to solve the mystery? Meanwhile, Denise grows suspicious when Kim asks for Kush’s help in getting a Dna sample from her. Kim is forced to admit the truth over what she’s up to. Elsewhere, Masood asks Mariam to make a new batch of samosas – lying that they’re for his “girlfriend”.

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